While work on the Treasure Valley Reload Center has stalled again, county officials are turning their attention to the idea of now building an industrial park.
In the early going, the county wants to act as land developers. No one at the courthouse is talking costs yet but estimates three years ago said the county somehow had to come up with $15 million to turn dirt into industry. Reporter Pat Caldwell has the story.
And in Salem, work in the Oregon Senate stopped in its tracks. Republicans denied the body a quorum to work. Among those in the latest walkout is state Sen. Lynn Findley, a Republican from Vale. The Legislature has to wrap up its work by the end of June.
Here’s the latest roundup of stories from your news team at the Enterprise.
Ruby is looking for a new home. Meantime, she’s hanging out at the shelter in Ontario operated by the Ontario Feral Cat Project.
CATS: Time for a new home…
Ruby is a gorgeous 8-year-old tortoiseshell cat. She has been with us for almost a year. She came to us after her mom suddenly passed away. She is a very special kitty with so much to share. She is sweet, loving and playful.
She is spayed and tested negative for FeLV & FIV. She is an indoor cat only for their safety. No declawing is allowed.
Come meet her on Saturday to see if you have found your newest family member.
SATURDAY ADOPTION EVENT: Every Saturday, 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Constance McCullough House, 84 N.W. 2nd St. in Ontario.
–Information provided by the Ontario Feral Cat Project.
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